The war of words between exes 50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox isn't over yet. Remember when the 51-year-old actress made headlines for implying that she thought her ex-lover was gay during a "Watch What Happens Live" interview earlier this week?

Well, the 50 Cent is responding -again. Despite sticking back in an Instagram post that suggested Fox was a cougar looking to compel young men, the 40-year-old rapper told US Weekly that he felt his ex's comments were "crazy" and "out of nowhere."

" I don't know, it feels like desperation," he said at his Frigo by RevolutionWear Preview. "It feels like [she's] searching for attention at that point because I haven't dealt with her in 10 years, 11 years."

50 Cent has sparked controversy in the past regarding his comments on homosexuals; however, the rapper told Us Weekly that he hope gay consumers enjoy his new line, saying, "I thought it would be really attractive to the gay community because they're so conscious of their clothing. If it's not cool with them, it's going to not be so cool."

The feud between 50 Cent and Fox started after the actress was asked about her role on Lee Daniels hit musical drama "Empire," where Fox will be playing Cookie's older sister Candice. While discussing the show, she was questioned about her ex's comments about "Empire's" ratings declining because of too many homosexual storylines.

"What were your thoughts when 50 Cent blamed the season ratings dip on 'gay stuff?'" host Andy Cohen asked. Fox responded, "First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I'm saying."

Cohen asked the "Kill Bill" actress if she was implying that the 40-year-old rapper might be gay, to which she responded, "He's not." She added, "We had a great time. He just seems like he's got something that's not quite clear."

Fox later admitted that the XXL Magazine cover with 50 Cent and Soulja Boy raised some red flags. Despite accusations that 50 Cent did not support "Empire's" homosexual storyline, Cohen read a statement from a representative from 50 Cent, clarifying his stance on the show.

"Mr. Jackson [50 Cent] reposted something on Instagram that originated from a blog in relation to the decrease in Empire's ratings. When he realized there was additional content in the blog post that he did not agree with, he immediately deleted the post as that is not a reflection of his views at all," the statement read, according to E! News.